Coronavirus Chronicle – Week 14 June 21, 2020photographyart, black lives matter, blue, cars, coronavirus, covid, covid-19, covid19, crying, drive-in, eric garner, george floyd, graduation, hastings-on-hudson, lady liberty, lockdown, mask, movie, mural, new york, pandemic, parade, prom queen, protest, quarantine, rally, sean bell, seniors, silent vigil, statue of liberty, tears, theater, vigil, walking, westchester, westchester ny, yellow, yonkersojodeperojo Leave a comment A protester wipes aways her tears during a moment of silence at a Black Lives Matter vigil held in Yonkers, NY. Prom Queen T’Nyas Catalan waves at her classmates while waiting to depart on a graduation parade through the village of Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Hastings-on-Hudson High School seniors gather in a parking lot before departing on a village wide graduation parade. Hastings-on-Hudson High School seniors gather in a parking lot before departing on a village wide graduation parade. A waitress brings an order of drinks during a showing of Labrynth at a makeshift drive-in theater in Hastings-on-Hudson, NY. Wearing a mask and gloves, a woman walks past a mural of the Statue of Liberty in downtown Yonkers, NY.